Buyer's Remorse - Legacy Title

How to Beat Buyer’s Remorse

Buyer’s Remorse – When you think you’ve found exactly what you want, but once it’s yours, you second guess yourself. Did I really make the right purchase? Is there a better condo or house that I should have purchased instead? The following tips can help you to avoid getting buyer’s remorse…or know what to do […]

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3 Trends Driving the Millennial Own vs. Rent Debate - Legacy Title

3 Trends Driving the Millennial Own vs. Rent Debate

Young professionals don’t dream of picket fences. The real-estate industry must take a new approach to engage millennials and make them believe again in the power of ownership. Across all demographics, American home ownership is at 63 percent — the lowest rate in more than five decades. Among millennials, the largest generation since the baby […]

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6 Tips For Starting Your Real Estate Fortune - Legacy Title

6 Amazing Tips on Turning Real Estate Into a Real Fortune

Finding success in real estate requires more than simply buying low and selling high. At least 30 U.S. billionaires made their money from real estate; some say that it’s the greatest way to create real wealth and financial freedom. These six tycoons and members of The Oracles suggest how you can invest $100,000 or start […]

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The Big Decision When You Retire: Rent or Buy? - Legacy Title

The Big Decision When You Retire: Rent or Buy?

You’re retired! Now do you rent or buy a home? Robyn Mancell sold her Southern California, four bedroom home four years ago when her youngest child left. She moved to a cheaper, one bedroom apartment nearby. “There was a lot of upkeep,” the 58-year-old said of her former place. As some empty nesters and retirees […]

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Funding Your Home with No Money of Your Own - Legacy Title

Funding Your Home with No Money of Your Own

You can crowdfund your business, your charity, your product, your vacation — and now you can crowdfund your home. CMG Financial, a mortgage lender, just launched HomeFundMe, the first online platform that allows borrowers to crowdfund the down payment on a home purchase without fees and with the backing of mortgage giants Fannie Mae and […]

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Queens Housing Market Outperforms - Legacy Title

Queens Housing Market Outperformed Manhattan and Brooklyn This Summer

In a report examining Brooklyn and Manhattan, Queens was the only borough to remain competitive Queens is “uniquely competitive” A residential report comparing the three boroughs found that Queens was “uniquely competitive” throughout the month of August. While Manhattan and Brooklyn homes sat on the market for longer than previous years’ listings, homes in Queens […]

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County Clerk Opposes Illegal Budget Increase - Legacy Title

County Clerk Opposes Illegal Fee Increases

County Clerk Maureen O’Connell Opposes Illegal Fee Increases in 2018 County Budget (Mineola, NY) Maureen O’Connell, Nassau County Clerk, demands that the County Executive and County Legislature eliminate the illegal fees built in to the 2018 County Budget. Maureen O’Connell said, “A review of the 2018 proposed budget revealed a startling increase in recording fees. […]

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NKBA Tim Dolan Memorial Golf Tournament - Legacy Title

Legacy Title at the NKBA Tim Dolan Memorial Golf Tournament

This month, Legacy Title attended the NKBA Tim Dolan Memorial Golf Tournament Legacy Title had a wonderful day participating in the NKBA Tim Dolan Memorial Golf Tournament. We had beautiful weather for the golf tournament, and a great turn out of sponsors, participants, and volunteers to help support the Ronald McDonald House of Albany, thanks […]

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Capital Roots - Legacy Title LLC

Legacy Title Sponsors the Capital Roots’ Gala

Legacy Title is proud to be apart of this years Capital Roots’ Autumn Evening in the Garden On Thursday, September 28th, 2017, from 6:00 – 9:00pm at the Hilton Garden Inn, Troy, the Capital Roots will be hosting its Autumn Evening in the Garden Gala, which will be benefiting Capital Roots and support fresh food […]

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How Much Should You Pay For Big City Rent? - Legacy Title

How Much Should You Spend on Big-City Rent?

Apartments in New York, D.C. and San Francisco are notoriously expensive. Here’s how to determine what’s affordable for you. The average one-bedroom apartment in the U.S. rents for $1,183 per month, according to rental information company Zumper’s September 2017 National Rent Report. At a slight increase over the previous month – 0.6 percent – the […]

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